At 2016 NAMM Ibanez has introduced a brand new line of acoustic-electric guitars - the mighty AE. It is made up of two models, AE900 (series flagship) and AE800. These two single-cuts bring a completely new concept of acoustic guitar amplification, coming in with external preamps. Bodies are left intact, except for the endpin jack and a miniature mute switch right next to it. Ibanez has also avoided sound-hole controls in favor of a full-fledged preamp box. Other main features include standard 25-1/2" scales, medium 4-1/2" body depths and Gotoh hardware.
AE900 kicks off with a single-cut body made of rosewood and spruce. Back and sides are rosewood, while the top is spruce. All panels are made of solid wood, of course. The neck on this six-string beauty is made of mahogany. It features the standard AE profile in the back and a 20-fret rosewood fingerboard on top. 1.73" nut, 16.90" radius and custom designed inlays complete the fingerboard. Already mentioned preamp comes with five-band EQ, notch frequency, notch filter, phase, volume and tuner controls. It is paired with Ibanez T-bar under-saddle pickup. Fixed rosewood bridge with compensated saddles and a set of Gotoh tuners complete AE900.
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